February 2, 2010

Orangutan, Borneo

Photograph by Sean Crane

This Month in Photo of the Day: Animal Photos

A young orangutan swings from tree to tree in Tanjung Puting National Park in Indonesian Borneo.

 

This photo and caption were submitted to the 2009 International Photo Contest. See photo galleries, play jigsaw puzzles, and download wallpaper.

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effective on every aspect of life, including banks, organizations for youth and culture, enterprises, foundations and a huge empire of 

property wealth.

Actually Subud is a sect, based on the Islam, with myriad members, who can govern using financial dependence and psychical effect (Lathian 

trance) too. 

The official founder was R.M. Muhammad Subuh Sumohadiwidjujo (1901-1987), known after the World War II. as Pak Subuh from Indonesia. At the 

beginning the sect existed only in Java, but in the 50’s – 60’s it extended word wide, taking out influential people to be their supporter 

directly or by implication. However the real intellectual leading and ideology bases came from a totally different direction. Doctrines, 

worded by the well-known Russian dancer Gurdjieff, has been translated to the sect in the 40’s – 50’s by John G. Bennett, who was the 

disciple of Gurdjieff with a very interesting intelligence past and can be correlate with more organizations. Since the tsarist period ends 

Gurdjieff itself has been getting in a vague touch with Russians.


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